English Multi-language support

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26.05.17 08:17:14 pm
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MrMarx
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Hi,

I recently tried to make a new language, because there either wasn't or it was a really poor translation in summary. Now, first thing, I found out that
liberationsans.tff
doesn't have a large variety of symbols (at least I think), because I ended up with weird random symbols in the end, when loading up the font in-game. So, I downloaded
NotoSans-Regular.tff
font, just to see if everything is cool and dandy. Obviously, due to the way how game is coded and it's styling, the font was pretty much off, but that wasn't my concern, because it was just a test... The thing is, it doesn't matter what kind of a font I use, game, for some odd and unknown reason doesn't like some symbols (technically speaking - game should just use the full scale of a specific font, from beginning to the end, but it doesn't, probably, to keep the memory at low).

So, I was wondering, if there is any avail to this?

Language, that I tried to make, was "Latvian" ... Yes, I know, there really aren't many players from there, but it was more of a hobby project. The letters that I tried to print out:
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ā, č, ē, ģ, ī, ķ, ļ, ņ, š, ū, ž
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26.05.17 08:20:01 pm
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Did you save your translation file with UTF-8 encoding? If not you should try it.
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26.05.17 08:22:39 pm
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MrMarx
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oh, lol, sorry.

I thought that it was UTF the whole time, neither did Notepad++ warn me. Now it works just fine, thanks... and sorry for making a dumb post

Is there a way to delete/close the topic?
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26.05.17 08:46:28 pm
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user MrMarx has written:
Is there a way to delete/close the topic?
No need. This may be helpful to someone else later.
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